A warm and relaxing conclusion to Scott Lawlor's "Rain" trilogy. Lawlor is host of Stillstream's Blind Flight program.
About the album:
"In creating this, the final chapter in my Rain Trilogy, I used the same equipment set up which I utilized on the previous two installations. This time, I was influenced by Palancar and his track entitled 'She and I, Watching the Rain'. Where the first rain piece was more ominous with its
thunder and organ drone, and the second much colder with the minimal chords and snowfall, I present to you a warmer interlude which presents the nearness of the spring season and the rains that give vitalization to a world recently gripped by the ice, snow and cold.
Thank you for listening." -- Scott Lawlor
Rain is a series of conceptual tracks produced for Webbed Hand Records. Each "Rain" is a CD-length ambient recording ideal for quiet listening while meditating, writing, or going to sleep. Typical recordings in this series are minimalistic soundscapes, with motifs played out cyclically rather than progressively, in order to induce relaxed states.
Play quiet or loud depending on your needs.
01 Rain 3 [00:52:50]
Cover photo by Tony Hisgett
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February 18, 2015
The Unknown and the Familiar
Floating through unknown seas, standing in the wheel-house of a small fog-enshrouded ship, the light rain a reassuring normalcy, a deep and other-dimensional drama unfolds